An inconclusive general election didn’t stop New Zealanders from voting with their feet in record numbers at auto showrooms in September. The Motor Industry Assn. says new-vehicle sales rose 4.5% year-over-year to 14,507 units for the strongest September on record. “The traditional slowdown in new-vehicle registrations during an election period failed to materialize,” MIA CEO David Crawford says in a statement. An elected government also failed to materialize with no ...

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